While making my beautiful Candace Scarf in the last couple of weeks, I decided to incorporate this new technique that I learned from being a regular visitor to the Moogly Blog.
In pretty much every single pattern you read, when crocheting to the end of the row the instruction will be “Chain 2, turn,” which is a great, fast and simple way to keep going when making items that are worked in rows. However, the down side is that there are always holes where the chain 2 is. Now, this probably isn’t noticeable at all to the wearer, unless they crochet. But to me it’s basically like a pair of dog’s bollocks. Fairly obvious.
Here’s what the standard chain 2 turn begin looks like:
And here’s how it looks when you use the Chainless Starting Double Crochet:
And to compare:
For the instructions you can head over to Youtube and watch the tutorial made by Tamara from Moogly:
Or you can check out the photo tutorial here. Obviously if you’re a lefty like me you have to flip everything over in your mind’s eye for it to make sense.
I love it when I come across these little hacks, so I’ll be sure to share more of them with you as I find them.
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I will share this with my crochet loving friends – and will look out for some more tutorials when I finally get around to giving it a go again!
Thanks for sharing.xx
Useful idea. Thanks for sharing!